64-Audio's line of in-ear consumer earphones are now available in Australia from Minidisc. They use a patented technology called ADEL (Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens) which the company claims delivers a louder, more spacious and richer sound while minimising the risk of hearing damage.

The 64-Audio ADEL U-Series is a new custom in-ear monitor offering a variety of speaker options ranging from the U2 (which has two-speakers in each ear-piece) up to the U12 (12-speakers in each earpiece) and come with specially angled universal-fit spout and four different sizes of tip to ensure the perfect fit. ‘We are the first company that not only brings the highest fidelity products, but also offers a real solution to hearing loss, which is a known problem in the music industry,’ said Vitaliy Belonozhko, Founder and CEO of 64-Audio. All 64-Audio’s U-Series earphones use ADEL technology.

The Ambrose Diaphonic Ear Lens technology used by 64-Audio was developed by Stephen Ambrose [pictured above], the founder and chief scientist of Asius Technologies, to address the 77 per cent increase in hearing loss in headphone using consumers that has been attributed to using personal listening devices. ‘We discovered that widespread hearing damage occurs when sound pressures are delivered to the eardrum at substantially higher volumes than they need to be, due to the fact that personal listening devices prematurely trigger the body’s acoustic reflex,’ said Ambrose. ‘By using a revolutionary second ear drum to take the pounding [see illustration below], ADEL technology absorbs the harmful pneumatic sound pressures caused by all personal listening devices and provides a much safer and higher fidelity listening experience for everyone.’ Prices for the 64-Audio U-Series start at $649 (RRP) for the U2, through to $2,649 for the top-of-the-line 12 driver U12.

For more information, contact MiniDisc